Crabapple trees are eye-catching, small, flowering deciduous trees. It provides bright spring blooms, great fall color, and a profusion of berries that cover the tree in fall and winter. The flower and berry displays attract wildlife. This tree adapts to a range of soil conditions. It can be tolerant of air pollution and drought conditions once established. It makes a good tree to plant along city streets and in small urban landscapes. Crabapples thrive in full sun but don’t like hot weather, preferring climates with temperate summers and cold winters. They adapt to most soil conditions, as long as they are planted in well-drained soil.
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